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From time to time, someone asks me something. When I put some effort into the answer, it seems a shame not share beyond the one who posed the question. But what to do when the answer is too long for twitter, and too specialized to be of general use to my facebook friends? That’s where this blog comes in. You don’t need an oyster knife until you do.

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